The eAP (Electronic Push Notifications) program was supposed to help Apple keep its online store alive.
Now, as the eShop finally launches, it’s been shut down.
But a new eAP app called eAP+ has popped up, which is meant to be a way for Apple to test out the new system before it goes live.
We’re calling this app eAP+.
It also uses the same name as the first eAP-branded eApp that launched last year.
eAP has had a rocky time lately, with many users complaining of problems with the software.
As part of a deal with the US Department of Justice, Apple is working with the FTC to make sure that the eAPP program is secure, but that it will be free of malware and other harmful components.